goblet goblet  /ˈɡɑb lət/


  1. (n) a drinking glass with a base and stem
  2. (n) a bowl-shaped drinking vessel; especially the Eucharistic cup


  1. She informed us from her up-close view that the first family chose to intinct the wafer in the chalice of wine instead of drink from the communal goblet.
  2. Yet the show has the timeless perfection of a crystal goblet.


  • Micky Arison is drinking from a goblet

    Micky Arison, your team just won the NBA Championship. How do you feel? And in case you're wondering, here's the back story on those goblets .
    on June 21, 2013     Source: SB Nation


  1. As Stephen King wrote in Entertainment Weekly, "These books ceased to be specifically for children halfway through the series; by 'Goblet of Fire,' Rowling was writing for everyone, and knew it."
    on Aug 16, 2007 By: Stephen King Source: Florida Today

  2. "We are very excited to bring the suspense, humor, action and drama of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire to life on the giant IMAX screen," director Mike Newell says. "The breathtaking IMAX format brings a whole new perspective to this...
    on Nov 14, 2005 By: Mike Newell Source: Wizard News

  3. Katie said: "She had a boyfriend so nothing happened. But after her boyfriend died in Goblet Of Fire, her relationship with Harry develops in this one."
    on Aug 23, 2006 By: Katie Leung Source: China Daily

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